Kate Cimini

Kate Cimini

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Kate Cimini is a writer, editor, Spanish-speaker and rabid hockey fan. Her work can be seen on sites such as SportsMockery, LightsTheLamp and Feministing, as well as in publications such as the Hartford Courant and Hartford Women Magazine. She resides in Connecticut. You can catch her on twitter @lightsthelamp where she mostly talks hockey and feminism with the occasional business thrown in there.

Recent articles

What Does the SolarCity Silevo Acquisition Mean for Solar Power?

The biggest residential installer in the United States is getting into manufacturing. How will that affect business as solar knows it?


What Is a Good Defender Worth in the National Hockey League?

With a number of contracts up for renewal this summer, let's examine how much to pay for a top blueliner.


What Companies Will Take Advantage of 3D Printed Food?

As technology advances and our horizons broaden, more and more companies are looking into the idea of "printing" our food.


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Could the Cost of Solar Panels Go Up Following New Tariffs?

Last week the U.S. Department of Commerce decided to impose tariffs on Chinese solar panel manufacturers. How will this affect prices of both foreign- and U.S.-made solar panels?


Why the NHL Wishes the Chicago Blackhawks Made it to the Stanley Cup Finals

The Blackhawks are one of the best-known teams in the NHL. Not only do they bring in loads of fan dollars, their television ratings are consistently high. How does their exit from the playoffs affect the NHL's bottom line?

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Why the Teavana/Starbucks Partnership Makes So Much Sense

The recent rash of Teavana promotions by Starbucks reveal where the coffee giant is looking to expand.


Are Student Loans Worth it?

Students in the U.S. are taking on more and more debt to attend their dream colleges. Recent studies show that it might not be the financially sound decision it once was.


Which NHL Playoff Team Gets the Most Bang for its Buck?

While the New York Rangers' opponent in the Stanley Cup Finals has yet to be decided, the winner of the Fiscal Cup might already be apparent.